The House Organ is a self publishing 'vanity' project. It's also an experiment to engage with distribution models utilising e.g. P2P and Tor as additional alternatives to calcified and centralised web platforms.
This is a mixture of improvised recordings, loose compositions and archival bits and bobs.
Snippets of interviews; background noises from gigs and travels; awkward moments from the cutting room floor; twigs rattled in a guitar; shuffling things around rooms; recording ruined by wind; and a never finished 'pop' song.
I've been sitting on it for some time now.
It's also released via P2P and Tor so if you want to support a democratically-distributed web you could get involved there also. Links above.
released January 1, 2018
Track 1: Additional vox: Holly Royston-Ward
Track 2: Tempelhof wind unintentionally recorded with the assistance of Mathew Johnson (who also let me use the guitar I'm sticking bits of twigs and leaves in and he's still picking them out to this day so mega-thanx)
Track 4: Additional guitar: Mathew Johnson Ugandan Harp: Little Bosco
Track 5: Partner: Holly Royston-Ward Interviewee: Michael McCann